Uncompromised craftsmanship and innovative technology help produce the world’s best scouting camera pictures - and set Cuddeback apart from the rest. With ¼ Second Trigger Speed, Center Subject Technology and Zone Control, Cuddeback cameras are just built better. Browse galleries of pictures to see the difference for yourself - we think you’ll agree that the proof is in the picture.
I Left my camera out after whitetail season went in after the snow melted and got a surprise that they ccut the area luckily the loggers must have seen my camera there since it didn’t get destroyed they were stacking logs about half a foot from it. Couldn’t believe how clear and clean the pictures were
I set my camera in this spot every season. It’s a common strut zone in my hunting area near a roosting spot. Always gives me a good idea of how many gobblers are in the area. BUT, this is a first for me, got a hen posing in full strut. Cameras don’t lie.
Picture 1:The picture sort of tells the story of my first image, we've been using cuddebacks for deer scouting for a long time now. This image is proof of us reaping the reward of our scouting. Picture 2 & 3: This is one of our hot spots as you can see. We have multiple Species using this powerline landing as a travel way. We have taken pictures of almost every species in PA with our cuddeback in this particular location.
Mid-April snows caused this Turkey to search for food with it's mate!
This was my 1st year to try a trail camera set it up on some hunting property. The pictures on the Cuddeback are awesome. We spend so much time looking for the big buck we miss this side of life in the woods.
When i left my cameras for up for the winter the only animals that i got were a cougar at then end of November and this coyote in March at the end of the winter at 8800 feet in elevation.
I was on the look out for mule deer bucks that were more mature i didn't get any until after the hunts had ended and the rut had started.
left my cameras up over the winter at 8800 feet here in utah to test them out and put a time lapse photos on to see the difference of snow levels on a south facinng slope. The deepest it got was was was two and a half feet.